Window/door trim questions.
I am not sure which forum this question is best suited - decorating, remodeling, or woodworking. I tried decorating, and I thought I'd try here, as well.
We are currently remodeling our kitchen and replacing plaster and lathe with drywall in several rooms of our house. I am stressing about what to do about our trim. It cannot be re-used. It is poorly done honey-colored oak with mitered corners, and quite frankly, we hate it. It doesn't even match throughout the house - varying sizes, thicknesses and shades of honey. It looks bad, so we are glad to be rid of it actually. DH would like to re-do all the trim in our home to match what we have in an added-on family room. My questions are:
1. Is there a name for the style of door trim that has crown on top of it? That is the style DH would like to use throughout the house.
2. Should window trim and door trim match? In other words, if we crown the doors, do we need to crown the windows also?
3. Will this be an overly costly endeavor? We are planning to use some sort of pine and paint it white.